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Ubuntu live usb boot errorI just created a bootable Ubuntu usb drive using Unetbootin, and found that it does not boot properly. On bootup it shows the following error. SYSLINUX 6
by Patrick Last Updated October 08, 2015 21:01 PM I would like to pre-install Ubuntu on a computer for someone. I may want to customize it for them, but in the end they need to be able to choose a username, password, etc. when they first boot it up
Kubuntu on the Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro (I've based these steps on the excellent answer given by rubo77 above as well as a few other sources) Turn off fast boot and disable secure boot Turn off the computer and start using the Novo button (small round butto
I'm trying to fix what I consider a bloated install of Ubuntu. When I install Ubuntu on a machine, I get things that I don't want - web browsers, office applications, media players, accessibility utilities, Ubuntu One, and so on. My goal is to create
Martin Wimpress and Rohith Madhavan have made an Ubuntu MATE image for the Raspberry Pi 2 and Raspberry Pi 3 based on the regular Ubuntu armhf base, not the new Ubuntu “Snappy” Core, which means that the installation procedure for applications uses t
I installed Ubuntu 13. 04 on the Surface Pro and now I can't boot into it. Could anyone help me figure out why? Here are the steps I took:1: Disabled Secureboot in the BIOS 2: Shrank the system partition on the SSD by 10 GB
Computers are everywhere - at home, at work and at school. Most of our daily activities either involve the use of or depend oninformation from a computer. Activities such as learning to read, finding a job, looking up a product or planning a trip, co
If you're feeling excited, you can delete nouveau from your PC by simply sudo apt-get remove xserver-xorg-video-nouveau I won't recommend you remove the nouveau, but I did though :P Doing the steps above got me up and running again with nvidia driver
I've encountered a few problems with upgrading from v11. 10 to v12. 04-LTS, however I was able to perform first an automated cleanup via ubuntu-tweak, and then later I followed that up with a manual cleanup from the command-line by first running 'upd
Creating an unattended install consists of the following steps: Create a configuration file, ks. cfg, using the GUI Kickstart tool. Extract the files from the Ubuntu install ISO